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Usually the Conveyancing Department are the people who get to enjoy giving Clients the good news, but even that can be hit and miss if someone in the property chain has pulled out or one of the parties in the chain can’t meet the agreed date. 
So, it isn’t all that often when, as a Solicitor or Legal Adviser you get to write about something that genuinely makes you smile. 

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Forgive me for stating the painstakingly obvious when I say that “getting married is expensive”. In the legal world we usually see people when their marriage has come to an end unless they want to put a pre-nup in place before their marriage (more info here) or things have gone wrong before they get chance to grace the alter (more info here). 
Today however, we saw the happy news that Rebecca and Glen Maxwell got married. No, this isn’t a panic written blog featuring me scrolling through Facebook looking for inspiration. Nor am I going to start writing about every couple who gets married! Whilst every weeding day is special and important for the people involved I’ve chosen to write about Rebecca and Glen because they forgot about convention, ignored criticism and embraced getting married because they wanted to be a couple not because they wanted to put on an expensive production because Pinterest said so. 
The couple married in jeans and t-shirts which had “Bride” and “Groom” written across them. Bridesmaids and Groomsmen wore similar t-shirts, fairy cakes from Morrison’s and a reception at Centre Parcs meant that the saved approximately £13,000.00 on their wedding. The best part…the couple looked truly happy and relaxed on every single one of their wedding day pictures! 
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